You're a pompous, pretentious tosser.
Progress often means the status quo becomes outdated.
Who the fuck likes a car salesman anyway? I can't imagine there is a lot of support to retain those jobs.
I don't see the 5C as a low end device, instead I see the 5S as a premium model. No one pays over half a grand for a low end phone.
It's not actually moronic, and didn't mean to insult the OP.
I've only grudgingly moved more and more of my reading to tablets, but now am glad I have; still, I don't like the idea of having my books disappear if I don't pay a continuing subscription.
I see this as a big benefit for people that like to read for entertainment. You aren't paying for the actual books, just access to them. For light reading (entertainment purposes) this seems like a great deal.
I'll always buy technical books I want to refer to in hard copy when I can, but I don't need a persistent copy of most of the things I read.
I'd be surprised if terrorists were not trying to infiltrate the CIA.